You are already a professional beatmaker if you have ever received money from your music work

I believe that if have received any money, even just one cent, from your beat itself or from your music work, you are already a professional beatmaker. So, just be proud, and treat yourself like a professional, if you are really into beatmaking. If you treat your music as a hustle, it will become a… Continue reading You are already a professional beatmaker if you have ever received money from your music work

Updated my Waves Update Plan

I have just updated my Waves Update Plan. I forgot how much I paid last year, but this year, I’ve paid $180. It’s never free to make beats. By the way, I use Waves Mercury, Abbey Road Collection, and some of their synth/piano vsti’s.

Making beats: Should I focus on quantity or quality?

Today, I’m going to talk about what I think about quantity vs quality when making beats. To say the conclusion first, I believe quality is the most important, BUT it can only be achieved by quantity (creating a lot of beats and practicing), so after all, quantity becomes the most important factor, in my opinion.… Continue reading Making beats: Should I focus on quantity or quality?

My Beats

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Beats are assets

There is one thing I realized when I used to use Airbit (it’s a name of a beat selling platform). When I was speaking to Airbit customer support, they used the word “asset” for beats. That was really inspiring, and it gave me a new insight. Beats are assets. I think it is important to… Continue reading Beats are assets

OneKnob Filter by Waves

Recently, I started using the OneKnob filter by Waves and it’s working great. I duplicate the instrument track, turn OneKnob filter ON during verse (mute the original instrument track), and mute track with oneknob filter and unmute original instrument track during hook, and a hip hop beat can easily be created. I love this plugin.